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  • Emby Server

    blublub - - Off-Topic

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    What has happened? I used the repo and now just updated to 3.4.1 by downloading the den and just installing it. I personally find it easier to install nd less likely to have problem natively without docker

  • ZFS not mounting - OMV 4.x

    blublub - - General

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    @votdev @subzero79 Ok after installing the new updates including a ZFS update (I only updated OMV previously) it seems to be fixed now. I rebooted a couple of times and ZFS was correctly mounted - thx a lot for your support here and keep up the good work!

  • ZFS not mounting - OMV 4.x

    blublub - - General

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    Quote from subzero79: “Good to know. @votdev have you though about instead of using Requires=, just create a custom target for those units that run at last, maybe even after multi-user.target?. Hypothetically tomorrow we can have a "yfs" that also does not obey fstab rules, then if we have a plugin you will have to add another Requires= for that particular "yfs" If there is a custom target, then we can work it from the plugin using systemd overrides that can be shipped from the package. Just an …

  • ZFS not mounting - OMV 4.x

    blublub - - General

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    @votdev Any idea how this bug can be fixed? If any logs are needed I can help

  • ZFS not mounting - OMV 4.x

    blublub - - General

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    Hi Since I had to upgrade some stuff on my NAS I decided to go with OMV 4.x testing. The NAS is running just fine only ZFS doesn't mount after a reboot as the shared folders are created before the ZFS mount occurs and the ZFS refuses to mount. So each time I reboot the NAS I have to ssh in and delete the shared folders and mount the ZFS - then it is all good. This issues has been reported on the bugtracker: 0001851 0001827 Both bug reports are marked as "solved" but foe me nothing has changed - …

  • ZFS won't mount at boot

    blublub - - Plugins

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    Any news here? In OMV 4.12 it still seems to be broken

  • I would advise anyone to just use the normal emby install instead if the plugin- works flawlessly - should so work under OMV2. Gesendet von meinem SM-N950F mit Tapatalk

  • ZFS won't mount at boot

    blublub - - Plugins

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    Quote from raulfg3: “reported: bugtracker.openmediavault.org/view.php?id=1827 but because OMV4 is still beta, perhaps you need to wait a lot. please consider to use OMV 3.0 instead. ” Hi I currently use 4.0.9 and it is still not fixed - contrary to the bugtracker. However I can't update the bugtracker....

  • Should work. You could try to check with powertop how long it runs on which frequencies Gesendet von meinem SM-N950F mit Tapatalk

  • RE:

    blublub - - Plugins

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    Quote from raulfg3: “reported: bugtracker.openmediavault.org/view.php?id=1827 but because OMV4 is still beta, perhaps you need to wait a lot. please consider to use OMV 3.0 instead.” I know but I needed the new vdr version I just thought it might have been a zfs issue and not omv related. I can deal with it and my usual reboot is only once a year so I will make a system image and then upgrade omv 4 when its released Gesendet von meinem SM-N950F mit Tapatalk

  • ZFS won't mount at boot

    blublub - - Plugins

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    Hi I use OMV 4.0 because I thought it makes more sense to directly jumpt to debian 9.1 insteat of "older" v8. So far I am not having any serious issue and I would be fine to just keep it running this way until OMV 4 is stable. One thing I noticed however with ZFS is that after a reboot the ZFS array won't mount. When I try to mount it via "zfs mount -a" the error message is "/ZFSPool1 isn't empty" and that is true as it is filled with the folders of my ZFS array but all of them are empty. After …

  • Quote from hoppel118: “I use a self complied version of fernetmenta’s vnsi from github. The rest is from etobi's repo. Source Code (8 lines)Source Code (4 lines)This combination of packages works absolutely stable. The omv vdr plugin isn't ported to omv4 at the moment. And I don't think that the omv vdr plugin works without adaption to omv4 (debian stretch). Debian stretch seems to bring vdr 2.2.0 by default. But there were some changes from vdr 2.0.3 (debian jessie) to vdr 2.2.0 (debian stretch…

  • Quote from hoppel118: “At the moment I use OMV3 and installed the packages (vdr 2.2.0) from etobis repository. Everything works as expected. Greetings Hoppel” OK. That's good to hear. Which VNSI version do you use (in case u use it) and how did u install it? Gesendet von meinem SM-N950F mit Tapatalk

  • Quote from hoppel118: “Hello guys, at the moment I am considering how to install vdr at my fresh openmdiavault3 installation. Round about one year ago I installed the openmediavault-vdr plugin, but it used an outdated vdr version 2.0.3. So I decided to install vdr 2.2.0 at the command line from etobi's repository with the loss of the plugin gui. Which version of vdr is used by the plugin today? Is it still using the default/stable debian jessie packages? If I have a look at the version of the de…

  • That did work - thx

  • listing the modules shows ZFS, so I guess it is working: Source Code (16 lines)

  • Can I restart the building of the module?

  • Ok now the output was as follows: Source Code (33 lines) It looks to me like the build failed, but the ZFS plugin is there. I uncertain if its safe to plug in the ZFS drives !?

  • Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from blublub: “How long should it usually take with OMV3? ” Depends largely on how fast your cpu is. Quote from blublub: “Now the module build was OK but the plugin was not installed - error code 1 Any guess what is wrong here? ” Can you post the rest of the output from installing? ” Nope, that output was already gone. Since ZFS was the 1st I insatlled I just restarted from scratch. I will keep u postedt thx